eglantine_br (eglantine_br) wrote,
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Cape Cod girls don't use no combs...

I am home-- cross eyed with tiredness. I had a carry-on bag on the plane which contained, among other things, a bundle of letters, a rubber octopus, a fleam and a fid.

The rest of my dunnage, in my new sea chest, is being sent on separately, it has many interesting things, which I will describe later.
I also took more pictures than may have been wise. I will put them up sometime soon.

The plane from the Vineyard to Boston had eight seats. It was driven by a very cheerful young lady named Katy. We bounced along over the arm of Massachusetts, and the sea looked very lovely from above.

I have been a week with no email, no TV, no kids no husband, no flist, and almost no phone. I missed you all terribly. Good to be home.
Tags: family, real life
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